Cobra Sport's managing director Rachel Abbott has taken on the role of Mistress Cutler in Hallamshire, and is proud to be supporting Dame Julie Kenny this year in her role as Master Cutler for the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire.
Dame Julie is only the second female Master Cutler in almost 400 years of the organisation being in existence and is keen to promote diversity and inclusion.
In Rachel's feature in the unLTD business magazine she discusses her passion about for women in STEM, as well as promotes opportunities for everyone and the adversities faced in business.
In this issue of unLTD magazine, Rachel highlights her investment in growing and developing young people's skills in the region by giving them opportunities in the workplace by re-introducing the fabrication and welding apprenticeship with The Sheffield College, and working to invest more into traineeships for those leaving education.
The December issue of unLTD also covers the adversities Rachel has overcome in business, including challenges brought on by the pandemic and the assumptions about females who work in the manufacturing industry.
As well as being the managing director of Cobra Sport, and Hallamshire Mistress Cutler, Rachel discusses her other role within the Cobra Group, being the managing director of Cobra Manufacturing. Rachel has applied her metal fabrication expertise to supply engineering manufacturing solutions for commercial, leisure and the food and drinks industries.
Click here to read Rachel's full feature in unLTD magazine.